media= “(min-width: 768px)and (max-width: 999px)”srcset=http://media3.s-nbcnews.com/j/msnbc/components/video/201701/tdy_fryer_golden_globes_prev_170108.nbcnews-ux-800-440.jpg > ‘La La Land’expected to hit all the best notes at Golden Globes autoplay Awards are set to be handed out at the 74th annual Golden Globes, where speeches about Donald Trump and wins for the Los Angeles musical “La La Land “appear like the night’s best things. Jimmy Fallon will emcee this year’s program, to be relayed live from Beverly Hills, California, by NBC at 8 p.m. ET. It’s the first time in almost a years that someone besides Ricky Gervais or
the duo of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler is hosting the Globes. But another shift is on the minds of numerous attendees. Generally an energetic, boozy affair, the coming inauguration of Donald Trump is looming over this year’s Worlds, which take location 12 days prior to the president-elect is to be sworn in. Throughout the normal self-congratulatory toasting of Hollywood’s awards season, many stars and filmmakers have stimulated a foreboding sense of dread over a Trump presidency. Fallon, the popular “Tonight Program” host, isn’t known for his political humor, however he has guaranteed a steady diet of Trump jokes.
Damien Chazelle’s “La La Land” is available in with a leading seven nods and a relatively lock on the best image award for a musical or comedy. Its stiffest Academy Awards competitors, Barry Jenkins’ coming-of-age tale “Moonlight” and Kenneth Lonergan’s family drama “Manchester by the Sea,” will square off in the Globes’ significant classifications, together with the heist thriller “Hell or High Water,” the Dev Patel-led “Lion” and Mel Gibson’s “Hacksaw Ridge.”
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award for best supporting actor will go to … autoplay autoplay” The Individuals v. O.J. Simpson”leads the tv candidates with 5 nominations, including nods for stars Sarah Paulson, Courtney B. Vance, Sterling K. Brown and John Travolta. A variety of recent shows are also in the mix, including “Atlanta,”” Westworld,”” The Night Of, “”
This Is United States “and “Insecure.”In 2015’s event, hosted by Gervais, drew 18.5 million viewers, down about 4 percent from the year prior to. Among the speakers on tap for Sunday night’s show are Leonardo DiCaprio, Emma Stone, Ben and Casey Affleck, Viola Davis, Amy Schumer, Sting and Matt Damon.
Undoubtedly many guests will be considering those missing. After a year loaded with notable deaths, the back-to-back passing over the holidays of Debbie Reynolds and her daughter Carrie Fisher was felt acutely in a Hollywood that revered both. Reynolds and Fisher were laid to rest Friday in Los Angeles.
Another thing is ensured: Meryl Streep will go home with an award. Though always an excellent bet for hardware, Streep is this year’s recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award for profession achievement. She’s also chosen for her performance in “Florence Foster Jenkins,” her 30th Globe nod.